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See your pharmacist to confirm that you have athlete’s foot. You may be referred to a chiropodist or doctor if you have diabetes. In most cases, your pharmacist will recommend a product that ...
... the flow of saliva. Some medical conditions, such as diabetes, liver or kidney problems, salivary gland problems, dry mouth (xerostomia), throat and chest infections can also cause bad breath.  ...
... for those with heart, chest or kidney problems, diabetes and those over the age of 65. Antiviral drugs called neuraminidase inhibitors can be used against the flu virus. They do not cure flu, but ...
Always seek advice before self-treatment if you have diabetes, you are pregnant or taking long-term medication, such as steroids. Any lump in the genital or anal skin that fails to clear after a few ...
... more Dandruff Recent research has shown that a fungus that occurs naturally on everyone's scalp....Learn more Diabetes ...
... or grill food rather than frying it. Besides helping to control weight, a healthy diet will help reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. Exercise regularly. Although you ...
Diabetes, diabetes mellitus, type 1 and type 2 diabetes  ...
... calluses, your pharmacist will advise you to see a chiropodist or your doctor. Always tell your pharmacist if you have diabetes as you should not treat problems with your feet yourself, but should seek ...
... taking the contraceptive pill. Diabetes which is poorly controlled may cause thrush as levels of sugar in the vagina may increase. Anyone who is tired and run down will be more susceptible to thrush. ...
Diabetes, diabetes mellitus, type 1 and type 2 diabetes  ...
... such as high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and depression may develop.  ...
... diabetes may also be used if appropriate. For patients who have had a haemorrhagic stroke, surgery is usually required to stop the bleeding and to reduce the pressure on the brain. Once ...
... and Parkinson's disease) immunosuppression (whether caused by disease or treatment) diabetes mellitus Also at risk are: patients who have had drug treatment for asthma in the past three ...
... as diabetes, liver disease, infertility and osteoporosis may develop.  ...
...  RLS. Causes of secondary RLS include iron deficiency anaemia or chronic diseases such as diabetes, kidney failure and Parkinson's disease. Certain medicines used to control nausea, psychiatric illnesses ...
...  is suspected. Eczema in the very young, the elderly and people with diabetes needs special attention.  ...
Being overweight, in particular being grossly overweight or obese, is a major health problem. It carries an increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, blood clots, high blood pressure, diabetes, liver disease, ...
... those with emphysema and diabetes, infants, pregnant women, and the immunocompromised) by decreasing the amount of circulating flu virus. But a British study this year showed only a mild effect on saving ...
...  have their blood pressure measured at least every 5 years. Those with high normal values or with other risk factors such as diabetes or smoking should be measured at least annually.  ...
... improves bowel function, reduces the risk of bowel cancer and lowers the risk of other diseases such as heart attacks, stroke and diabetes. If you drink, moderate your alcohol consumption and do ...
...  cancer. Smoking- People who are infected with hepatitis B or C have a higher risk of liver cancer if they smoke. Other factors like diabetes, obesity, family history of liver cancer ...
... the treatment of high blood pressure, for example beta-blockers, may constrict the circulation to hands and feet and make you more likely to develop chilblains. If you have diabetes and you are suffering ...
... high blood pressure, diabetes, cigarette smoking, high fat diet, lack of exercise and overweight are present, the risks are even greater. Most people with high cholesterol do not experience any obvious ...
... the person smokes, does not take regular exercise, is overweight, has diabetes or high blood pressure.  ...
... Coeliac disease is also more common in people with type 1 diabetes and thyroid diseases. It is more common in females than males, but it can affect people of all ages, children and adults, although in ...
Symptoms can include poor weight gain, troublesome coughs, repeated chest infections, salty sweat and abnormal stools. Later complications can include diabetes, liver disease and osteoporosis.  ...
... high blood pressure or diabetes. Men and children with cystitis should always see a doctor. Your doctor will be able to diagnose whether it is cystitis or some other condition responsible for your symptoms. ...
... pressure, diabetes and some cancers. To lose weight you need to combine exercise with a lower calorie diet.  ...
... too as a result of injury, certain drugs, long-term inflammation, illnesses such as diabetes, or poor diet. Smoking and excess exposure to sunlight also increase the risk of cataracts. Some babies are ...
... should ensure that they are regularly tested for glaucoma. People with diabetes may also be at an increased risk of developing glaucoma, although it is not known whether there is a direct link ...
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... particularly important for those with heart, chest or kidney problems, diabetes and those over the age of 65. A new type of antiviral drug called neuraminidase inhibitors can be used against ...
... for those with heart, chest or kidney problems or diabetes. Paracetamol or ibuprofen can be used to reduce feverishness and to relieve headaches, muscle and joint pains. Aspirin must not be given to children ...
Chronic pancreatitis can cause abdominal pain, poor digestion, diabetes and other complications. Alcohol is the common cause. Treatment includes painkillers, other medication and, most importantly, stopping ...
... or grill food rather than frying it. Besides helping to control weight, a healthy diet will help reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. Exercise regularly. Although you ...
... obstruction. Other symptoms include a very salty sweat and, later in life, complications such as diabetes, liver disease, infertility and osteoporosis may develop.  ...
... they failed to gain weight or they developed breathing problems. Other symptoms include a very salty sweat and, later in life, complications such as diabetes, liver disease, infertility and osteoporosis ...
Diabetes, diabetes mellitus, type 1 and type 2 diabetes  ...
Diabetes, diabetes mellitus, type 1 and type 2 diabetes  ...
... an erection. Physical factors affecting the normal blood flow to the penis include ageing, diabetes or high cholesterol levels. Damage to the nerves in the penis as can happen in multiple sclerosis, stroke ...
...  is suspected. Eczema in the very young, the elderly and people with diabetes needs special attention.  ...
... and so helps to maintain normal blood sugar levels. Because of this it may help to prevent diabetes. It also helps to break down fat and protein, thereby reducing high levels of bad cholesterol that can ...
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